I´m having problems with the search function in EPiServers edit-mode for our site. The search function always says "Content not found" when searching for page id or a page name.
Any ideas what i´m missing?
You need to configure EPiServer Search for your site. You can do that from deployment center.
Thanks for your reply. It helped me a bit. Now it´s possible to search for pages with pageId. But it´s not possible to search for page names.
On my AlloyTech site it´s all working, but not on my companys site. The log file says "Update batch could not be sent to service uri 'https://mycompanysite.se/IndexingService/IndexingService.svc/update/?accesskey=local'. Message: 'The remote server returned an error: (404) Not Found. at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.GetResponse()".
When surfing to https://mycompanysite.se/IndexingService/IndexingService.svc it looks ok, and the result is "Endpoint not found."
Does EPiServer CMS Indexing Service need to be installed, or is it an issue with https, or any other idea?
I'm experiencing the same issue. Any ideas on this would be very welcome.
I had the same issue, searching by pageId worked but not by page name.
In my case I was missing WCF configuration in IIS. I had by mistake cleared out the needed handler mappings - adding the .svc mappings fixed the issue.
Surfing on 'https://mycompanysite.se/IndexingService/IndexingService.svc/update/?accesskey=local' should return a "Service - Method not allowed." instead of the 404. Don't know about the https though...
Thank you! After adding the .svc mappings in IIS it´s now possible to search by both page id and page name.
There is still one function that´s not working for us. It´s not possible to search in EpiServers filemanager (asset pane).
On my AlloyTech site it works. For the AlloyTech site the VPP is located on C:/, but for our company site the VPP is located on a fileserver.
Any ideas on that one?
Well, I tried adding a file share VPP to my dev-site. Changed the account running the indexing service to an account which had full access rights to the file share.
Next step was to run a re-index (e.g. https://mycompanysite.se/episerver/cms/admin/indexcontent.aspx). Took quite awhile but files on the share started showing up inte filemanager search.
You could use luke to see what's in your current index. Just open the Index-folder from the tool.
That's all I got :)
how(where) did you change the account running the indexing service? Because i have the same problem. All my blob files are located on a file share and i think it needs to have full access rights..
This was a while back, but I'm pretty sure it's the identity setting the application pool is running under. I think I changed this to an account with sufficent access to the file share.
E.g. Specify an Identity for an Application Pool